Yikes, here we are into November! A lot of news happening here with my business. For the past six months or so, I have been teaming up with a wonderful decorative painter, Susan Siefer, owner of MadPatter Production. I met Susan briefly, several years ago, at a fund raiser and we reconnected earlier this year when I gave Susan a hand installing a large Modello™ she was doing in a dining room. We really hit it off and decided to team up on some of our jobs in the future, since it was much more fun working together (and easier!), than working solo.
Recently, we had the opportunity to join forces and work our magic in the main dining room of Evenfall restaurant. For those of you local to the Boston area, Evenfall is on the N.Andover/Haverhill line, serves a delicious and creative menu, has a private room for parties, a fun bar, and frequently offers live music.
The main dining room formerly had walls in a pale green with blinds adorning the windows, and doing this trendy restaurant no justice at all.
Now the walls are a soft, coppery bronze. The windows were our favorite part of this makeover. Using Roc-lon, Susan and I fashioned these custom designed stationary window treatments, incorporating some glass etching. The owners wanted to block the view of the exterior awnings, as well as the traffic visual, but also wanted to let some light flow in. This solution worked well.
Two other smaller windows were fitted with full length window coverings.
You can read more about the happenings at Evenfall over at Spiro’s blog.
Next, we are moving onto Glory, a sister restaurant in Andover, also owned by this dynamic brother and sister team.